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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: GOP response lacking to green-card giveaway

Ebola, the Internal Revenue Service, Benghazi, unfettered illegal immigration — the list goes on and on. While Rome burns, the politicians see no evil, hear no evil and speak not a word against the evil being foisted on the citizens of the United States by an ideologically bankrupt president and his corrupt Democratic Party (“Green cards on the table,” Web, Oct. 20).

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: GOP needs better funding to win

While President Obama does not actually do his job as president, at least he, along with the Clintons, Vice President Joe Biden, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and others, does diligently raise campaign funds for Democratic candidates. For Mr. Obama to cash a paycheck is tantamount to stealing, yet Democratic leaders focus strongly on retaining control of the nation.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: 'Wage gap' doesn't hold up

Actress Emma Watson recently delivered a speech to raise awareness of the HeForShe global campaign. Miss Watson's talk was well-received and free of the man-hating rhetoric with which feminism has become associated. However, Miss Watson, like most intellectuals in society, has decided to masquerade her political agenda as economic fact.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Don't forget other fumbled virus

While the nation focuses on Ebola and the Islamic State, little attention is paid to Enterovirus EV-D68, which may have been responsible for seven deaths to date. Our children are the primary victims of this deadly and debilitating disease, which affects the respiratory system, especially in those children with asthmatic conditions.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Iran undeterred by potential retaliation

Recently, the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency, which thoroughly investigated the Iranian nuclear development program, concluded that Iran is in fact developing nuclear weapons. The evidence, including satellite images, overwhelmingly points to the manufacture of nuclear weapons in the short term, probably on the order of a number of months to a year. U.S. intelligence information corroborates this assessment.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Intruder's success shows patrol ineffectiveness

The White House is usually the halfway point on one of my bike routes from Virginia, so I know how the security is laid out on Pennsylvania Avenue directly in front of the president's residence. There are always a minimum of three foot patrolmen a few feet from the sidewalk. Tourists take up the sidewalk and usually there are a few demonstrators.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bush exonerated, media silent

I must be living in an episode of "The Twilight Zone." On Oct. 15 the New York Times — the outlet to which all other publications seem to look for their leftist directives — put forth a front-page bombshell: More than 5,000 chemical weapons were indeed found in Iraq. This is the 'worse than Watergate' story of the last decade, yet ABC, NBC, CBS and CNN aren't even mentioning it.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Infatuated with nothing

At a recent fundraiser for President Obama, actress Gwyneth Paltrow introduced the president by blurting out, "You're so handsome that I can't speak properly." Coincidentally Mr. Obama has the same problem whenever he sees his own reflection in a teleprompter.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Turkey's Erdogan using Stalin's playbook

Not wanting to incur the wrath of the world by re-enacting their massacre of the Armenians, Turkey appears intent on solving its "Kurdish separatist problem" by taking a page out of Josef Stalin's playbook and simply standing by while the Islamic State brigands slaughter the country's independence-seeking Kurds.